Interns See where our former interns end up. <!– Each row is six photos. When adding a new person, just make sure each row is contained in a “row-fluid” div. –!> Riley Vetterkind, reporter, 2017 Mia Sato, marketing, 2017 Louisa Lincoln, marketing, 2017 Andrew Hahn, reporter, 2017 Hayley Sperling, marketing, 2016 Alex Arriaga, reporter, 2016 […]
Efforts to manage a threat to future deer hunts — chronic wasting disease — had little effect, despite seven years and nearly $41 million in state and federal spending.
Douglas Meyers, who died on a rural road in October, was one of 18 traffic fatalities in Marinette County in 2009 as the county traffic death toll tied an all-time record.
Jack Brennan, 70, of Green Bay, bought two $350 electric heaters after seeing an ad that vowed to “cut your heating bill by up to 50 percent.” His next utility bill was three times higher than normal.
The latest population figures of deer with chronic wasting disease are nearly 160 percent over target.
DODGEVILLE — Rapid increases in the Latino population of Wisconsin’s rural areas are reshaping work, school and social life, but also are raising concerns that Spanish-speaking immigrants are often isolated and mistrusted, experts and residents said at an event aimed at fostering better connections between newcomers and long-time residents.
Nearly four in 10 Wisconsin elementary students qualified for free or reduced-price lunch last school year, and the proportion of low-income elementary students has climbed every year of this decade, according to state Department of Public Instruction data analyzed by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism.
Republicans hoping to reclaim the governor’s office in next year’s election will have to overcome shifting patterns of voter turnout. More than two-thirds of the counties that handed victories to Republican President George Bush in 2004 shifted to support Democrat Barack Obama last year, data and interviews show.
There are far fewer accidents involving canoes and rowboats than motorized boats, but those that are reported are far more likely to be deadly.